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Traumatismos Oculares

Los traumatismos oculares hacen referencia a toda lesión ocular. Es un incidente común en los niños y una causa común de la pérdida de la visión.

Existen muchos tipos diferentes de traumatismos oculares que requieren el cuidado clínico de un médico o de otro profesional de la salud. Enumerados en el directorio que aparece a continuación se encuentran algunos de ellos, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

La Anatomía del Ojo

Cómo Evitar las Lesiones del Ojo

La Seguridad de los Cosméticos para las Personas que Usan Lentes de Contacto

Las Abrasiones Corneales

Las Quemaduras del Ojo con Productos Químicos

Los Moretones o el Ojo Amoratado (La Equimosis)

Las Fracturas de la órbita

Las Laceraciones del Párpado

Los Cuerpos Extraños en el Ojo

La Sangre en el Ojo (El Hipema)

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